Lesson To Be Learned
Everybody's got it hot for school zones
School Opens This Week
There are 23 schools in Westerville. It’s the tenth largest district in the state with more than 14,000 students. That’s a lot of vehicular traffic every day just to get kids to and from school. Give yourself extra time before and after school so you don’t have to speed through school zones to make your appointment or get your first cup of coffee. Especially during the first weeks of the school year.
Westerville Police will be conducting targeted enforcement in school zones. They also provide a short video explaining driver’s requirements when school buses stop to pickup or dropoff children.
Below is a graphic that explains Ohio law.
Parking Lot Resealing
From Uptown Westerville, Inc.: Beginning Monday, Aug. 15, the parking lot at East Main and Haywood Alley (the north portion of Lot E) will be resealed and restriped. This work will require a 2-3 day closure. All work is weather permitting.
During this time, all other Uptown lots will be open and available. As a reminder, visitors to Uptown can download a pdf map of public parking lots (attached) and also find available parking quickly using the Westerville Parking mobile application (www.westerville.org/smartparking).
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Pop-up Pickers Club at Otterbein Saturday
Pop-up Pickers Club is a curated shopping mart with loads of vintage clothing. Saturday at the corner of West Main Street and North Grove. Then head to Uptown Westerville for more shopping and the …
Saturday Farmers Market
Fresh corn will be in abundance at the Saturday Farmers Market behind city hall beginning at 9 a.m and closing at noon. There’s coffee, fresh pastries, honey, maple syrup, chicken, beef, pork, cucumbers, pickles, face painting, bubbles, pizza, and vegetables. Lots of vegetables. And lots of bubbles.
Honey and Blue performs at Uptown Saturday Night on the greenspace in front of city hall beginning at 7 p.m.
Uptown Untapped is Saturday night on East Main Street. Read about it in last week’s newsletter. There is a photo gallery of the first alcohol served in Westerville in 120 years.
Time for a little conspiracy. The Conspiracy Band performs Sunday evening at the Alum Creek Amphitheater as part of the Sounds of Summer Concert Series. Bring blankets, chairs, a meal. Come early, stay late. There will be only one more concert, next weekend so don’t miss this one.